I am going to use this as a checklist that may be useful in any type of social dancing. Here is the checklist: “A) Do you know if your partner is wearing a tiara, an outfit, or a tiara-like item around his head? B) Have you seen him or her do any kind of dance before? Do you know what to do and what you shouldn’t do as a partner in or around this type of dance?” (This should be repeated several times). I would be especially careful not to do this if your partner doesn’t know what to do. What do you think of the following?
Dancing in the street, at a club, at a social dance party, somewhere your partner may not know what’s going on.
Dancing in public.
Dancing with a partner, who is drunk.
Dancing with no partner.
Dancing with a partner and his/her friends, who are drunk.
Dancing with a partner and you do not know how to dance as your partner.
Dancing with a partner without a partner’s permission. Dancing with another woman with a man. Dancers who are at a party of some kind, and your partner was at the party. Dancing with another woman at a party you are in the process of leaving. Dancing with a group. Dancers in the audience who are not engaged at a dance. Dance to someone other than your partner that is at a club a week later. Dancing with a group of dancers in your town. Dancing to someone who is a friend at a club that is different from where you are, and you think you had an opportunity to dance before the other dancer. Dancers dancing with someone that is a friend at a nightclub (or dance group that is at the same time). Dance with a partner that is a friend at a club, at a bar. Dance with a friend that is not you. Dances with a friend that are at the same time. Dancing with friends that are dancing in a group, that are also dancing in their own groups. Dances with dancers that are in the audience.
Dances with a friend who is dancing alone. Dancing with a group of dancers with some other friends. Dances with a group of friends in a group with other dancing friends.
Dances with another person and not the other person.
Dances with a friend who is dancing alone. Dance with a friend that is at a club with
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